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EU Head of Missions visited Johor

EU Head of Missions visited Johor

The 11 ambassadors to Malaysia of the respective EU countries joined a European Union (EU) Delegation to Malaysia on a trade mission to Johor s17-19 May, led by H. E. Maria Castillo-Fernandez, Ambassador and Head of the EU Delegation to Malaysia. The three-day mission aimed to provide an open platform for dialogue and cooperation between the European Union and the …

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Sweden in Vietnam: Bai Bang revisited

Sweden in Vietnam: Bai Bang revisited

On 16 May the Embassy of Sweden in Hanoi visited the paper mill that is a strong symbol of Swedish political and economic support to Vietnam already in the early 1970’s, “when hardly no one else from the west was around,” writes the Embassy of Sweden. Bai Bang is the largest the largest project in the history of Swedish development …

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Swedish ambassador met ministry of environment Vietnam

Swedish ambassador met ministry of environment Vietnam

On 18 May 2017 Ambassador Pereric Högberg and colleagues from the Embassy made a visit to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; where H.E Mr Nguyen Linh Ngoc, Vice Minister received them. They discussed key priorities of Sweden and Vietnam in fighting pollution, marine and sea resources and climate change. The two sides also exchanged view on the importance …

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Swedish ABB visit in Vietnam

Swedish ABB visit in Vietnam

In mid May 2017 Swedish Ambassador to Vietnam, H.E. Pereric Högberg and staff members of the Embassy made a working visit to ABB factory on the outskirt of Hanoi. The had the chance to meet and discuss with Mr. Brian Hull, the new General Director for Vietnam, and other colleagues and friends at ABB to learn about innovative solutions offered …

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Ambassador Maria Sargren on developing Cambodia

Ambassador Maria Sargren on developing Cambodia

Going from working with development policies in the busy and lively EU capital, Brussels, to being an Ambassador in still developing country Cambodia is quite a change of settings. Maria Sargren has been the Swedish Ambassador to Cambodia since September 2016, and though it is quite a change from her previous life in the Belgian capital, she is eager to bring some of her …

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Grundlovsdag i HCMC - Constitution Day

DPS invitere hermed til Grundlovsdag den 4 juni, 2017. Indbydelsen er vedlagt. I år vil vi også få besøg af Bo Mønsted fra ambassaden i Hanoi som i dagens anledning vil sige et par ord. Vi ser frem til at se jer alle igen. DPS is inviting for the Danish constitution day celebration. Attached please find the invitation with more …

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Not the average gamer: Pontus made a career of playing PC

Not the average gamer: Pontus made a career of playing PC

22 year-old Pontus Mähler from Sweden moved to Thailand seven months ago trying to evolve as a professional gamer. Now, beside making a living of playing computer games, he is the CEO of Neolution E-Sport and working on a restaurant project. Spending all day alone in a dark room, only lit up slightly by the colourful lights flickering from a …

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Finnish minister visit at Sial fair pavilion

Finnish minister visit at Sial fair pavilion

Minister of Housing, Energy and the Environment, Mr. Kimmo Tiilikainen, visited the Finnish pavilion at SIAL fair, the biggest food fair in Asia. 11 Finnish companies attended the 2017 fair during 17 – 19 May. Source: Consulate General of Finland in Shanghai

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Finland and Sweden entered bilateral deal in Hong Kong

Finland and Sweden entered bilateral deal in Hong Kong

“Hong Kong portrays itself as a superconnector,” stated Consulate General of Finland in Hong Kong and Macao. “It rang true on 18 May as Finland and Sweden toasted for a bilateral deal, several thousands of miles away from their Nordic home front.” Minna Nyman (right in the photo with flags) of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency and Jarmo Vinkvist (left) …

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